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According to a new IMF study, we’re subsidizing the digging of our own graves.
The waters of the Gulf of Alaska are some of the most pristine in the world. That will change next month.
On the field at the most ambitious indigenous sporting event in Colombian history.
The leaders of Britain’s three main parties have committed to it. We can do the same.
Union-led action on climate change has proliferated across the country.
From climate change to endless war, we owe the next generation an apology for the mess we’re leaving them.
The land down under is in the midst of a desperate battle that pits green energy advocates against the prime minister and his dirty-energy allies.
Interviews with Harvard professors Naomi Oreskes and James Anderson about universities’ moral imperative to join the fight against fossil fuel.
The ecological movement will get nowhere unless it recognizes the overlapping crises facing our society.
From the campaign to conserve hunting lands in the 19th century to the movement for climate justice in the 21st, The Nation has been a leading proponent of the idea that our success as a society can be judged in part by how we relate to the Earth we’ve inherited.